A concept building from the mind of a graduate student would come alive based on the movement taking place within it.

A graduate from Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture named Alice Labourel presented the idea of building that comes to life and much like any other living organism would be in constant motion. Motion that was dependant on what the inhabitants were doing at the time.

She calls her vision The Hidden Orchestra and says it would ideally be situated over the river in L.A. This way it would come into contact with various stimuli such as the river flooding and passing trains. Part of her reasoning relates to the fact most organisms need water to survive, and like any other, her building would have mills and pumps to put the water to good use.

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